New Dublin edit label Orange Tree Edits released their first 12″ in January and it sold out within a day because the two edits on the release from Jimmy Rouge were high-quality Afrobeat dancefloor weapons. Volume 2 just came out this week and the quality hasn’t dropped with Cove and R.Kitt delivering another brace of… Read more »

Posted on March 24th, 2017

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Mix & Fairbanks have been knocking it out of the park in Ireland lately, from their DJ sets all over (they played our Lumo night last month and are in the Sugar Club tonight) to their DJ sets (check their Linndrum special). They’re still young in the game but they have the smarts and skills… Read more »

Posted on August 12th, 2016

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Four Tet is the co-writer and co-producer of ‘SeeSaw’, a track from Jamie xx’s debut album In Colour featuring Romy of the xx. Last night he shared an edit of the track, with beefed up beats for the club: “Jamie and I made seesaw in 2013. This is another version I did last year to… Read more »

Posted on February 4th, 2016

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Belfast producer Unknown teamed up with singer Gemma Dunleavy officially a few months back as UNKNWN for live performances but this edit is from the production wing of the duo. You all know the original, a track which was revealed to be the track which connected most to audiences in a live setting. Here, UNKNWN… Read more »

Posted on January 14th, 2014

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If you were looking for an album to would suit the description ultra-chilled electronic disco-funk that won’t annoy anyone in an office but is equally deftly constructed, then you could do a whole lot worse than Poolside’s Pacific Standard Time album from this summer. “Daytime disco” is what they call it and if that means… Read more »

Posted on November 21st, 2012

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Last Friday, I brought you RL Grime and Salva’s edit of Kanye’s ‘Mercy’, the tune of the moment. This Friday, we have a Hudson Mohawke version as played on Benji B in the early hours of Thursday morning. Robotic hypnotic. ‘Mercy’ just keeps on giving. Of course, Hud Mo played additional instruments on the original… Read more »

Posted on June 29th, 2012

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